International Project Week 2011

From 2nd to 6th May 28 lecturers from 14 countries and around 550 students from FHN participated in the 13th International Project Week.

Name

University/ Organisation

Project

1

Stoyan Gaydardzhiev

University of Liège

Processing and Recycling of Industrial Solid Wastes

2

Linda Turner

 

English for Engineers (open to OBS students only)

3

Colin Clark

Charles University, Prague

Nations and Nationalism

4

Riitta Lampén

Tampere University of Applied Sciences

Analysing Financial Statement

5

Timo Oravainen

Doberman Consulting Oy

E-government/ Public Administration

6

Patrick Gilormini

ESDES Université Catholique de Lyon

Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility

7

Sándor Nagy

Gábor Mucsi

József Faitli

Imre Gombkötö

University of Miskolc

Municipal Solid Waste Processing Using MBT Technology

8

Jon Halfdanarson

Skynsemi ehf

Natural Disasters

9

Michael Daly

 

Developing a Strategic Management Plan within a Social Work Context

10

Tony Hanlon

Institute of Technology Tralee

Interpersonal Communication, Verbal Non Verbal Communication (body language)

11

Sheila Fitzgerald

 

Emotional and Social Intelligence in the Workplace

12

Jolanta Preidiene

Vilnius University of Applied Sciences

Project Management (including MS Project, suitable for students in Business Studies)

13

Grazyna O'Sullivan

 

Business Ethics

14

Ciprian-Beniamin Benea

University of Oradea

The Low Carbon World Economy

15

Andrey Nikishin

Kaliningrad State Technical University

Wind Farms Interaction with the Electrical Grid

16

Cristina Gutierrez-Lopez

University of León

Banking Regulation: Changes after Financial Crisis

17

Rafael Gómez del Toro

Universidad Pablo de Olavide

Therapeutic Approach in Social Action (New Methods of Working Group on the Relationship between Aid)

18

Michiel de Jong

Windesheim

Marketing Communication Branding and Social Media

19

John H. S. Craig

Girac Limited

Socio-cultural Dynamics and Perceptions

20

Jim Blythe

Blythe Consultants

Not-for-profit Marketing

21

Sue Blythe

 

Multi Agency Working in Child Protection

22

Philip Littlejohn

OFSTED (Office for Standards in Education)

Evaluating Education in Primary and Secondary Schools

23

Amerjit Walia

Orbitus Consulting Limited

Work, Migration and Gatka (Sikh Martial Arts)

24

Keith Lewis

Association of Business Executives (ABE)

Space Tourism

25

Peter Stratton

The Psychology Business Ltd

Families as Systems of Relationships: Understanding how they work, and sometimes fail, and the wayssystematic family therapy can help them.

26

Helga Hanks

The Psychology Business Ltd

Child Abuse, Child Protection and Safeguarding in 2011. Considering the history of child abuse, the different forms we recognise (physical, emotional, failure to thrive, sexual and other less known forms) and the treatments available for children and families. Experiences in different countries.

27

Marek Szajczyk

University of Natural Sciences and Humanities in Siedlce

Business Sustainability - Environmental Management